When you go shopping, you pick a store based on a number of factors: does it have great sales? Are the clothes cute? One thought that probably never crosses your mind: is this store ethical? Such a question must be asked of the classic mall staple, Abercrombie & Fitch.
With a relatively star-studded cast, Sorority Row, which came out today, looked to be quite the thriller. Though I am not a massive fan of being scared myself (I have a very serious fear of roller-coasters as well), the sorority twist was certainly intriguing. Having heard quite a bit about strange pledge-rituals, despite the hellenic attempt to be secretive, I knew it was not a PG business, but who knew pledge-week pranks could be deadly?
The stars literally aligned last night when designer Anna Sui, the fabulous cast of Gossip Girl and our all-time favorite store Target came together in a celebration of— what else?— fashion. The ever quirky Anna Sui is the latest designer to collaborate with Target, and the clothing line is directly Gossip Girl-inspired. Hitting stores and Target.com this Sunday, New York shoppers got a special preview at a pop-up shop in Soho that opened last night as part of the evening’s Fashion’s Night Out festivities!
There's a new Vamp in town--and he's torn between his instinct to kill and his fascination with the woman he loves. Sound familiar? Is Stefan Salvatore of The Vampire Diaries the new Edward Cullen, or is he simply a cheap knockoff of the real thing? You be the judge.
Ask not what colleges can do for you; ask what colleges can do for your country. Washington Monthly has a new (i.e. real world) way to rank U.S. colleges/universities. Read more to find out how their system differs from that ofU.S. News & World Report...